Toy Storage Nation has awarded Titan Mega Storage of Bakersfield, Calif., the Facility of the Month Award in recognition of the facility’s luxury storage features and its ability to go above and beyond to ensure the safekeeping of tenants’ prized recreational vehicles, according to a release.
Titan Mega Storage offers oversized units perfect for storing all forms of recreational vehicles, including oversized RVs, campers, boats, toy haulers, collector cars and more. The site promises–and delivers–luxury storage with all the ingredients of a Class A facility standards as recognized by Toy Storage Nation, the nation’s only resource solely dedicated to educating, informing and networking RV and boat storage developers, owners and operators.
Titan Mega Storage broke ground on its 9.5 acre lot in 2019. The pandemic slowed construction for a while, but all storage units had taken shape in April 2022. Of its existing 200,000 square feet of rentable space, 50% is already occupied, based solely on word-of-mouth recommendations.
To meet Toy Storage Nation’s standards of Class A RV and boat storage, a facility must offer secure perimeter fencing, paved driveways, automated gate access and indoor or canopied units to ensure the highest protection of expensive recreational vehicles. Titan Mega Storage offers all of the above and far more, including onsite management, drive-through units, extra-wide driveways, roll-up and walk-in doors, fully lighted hallways and units, packing and mailing services, and co-working space for tenants to conduct business while onsite. Additionally, the facility offers bluetooth-enabled locks through the Nokē Smart Entry System, which earns Titan the grade of Class A+.
Keller says he is fully gratified by his business of choice, and he passionately shares advice for others interested in entering the RV and boat storage industry.
“It’s an easy business and throws off a nice income,” he says. “It’s also a great retirement plan, so if someone has even just two acres that they’re thinking about developing, I say, ‘just do it!’”